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Tree has poison sumac, dabbed on thumb. Used neosporin. Has rashes. What is wrong?

My Jack Russell Terrier licked a tree that had poison sumac. In his excitement during a walk, he licked my thumb . I cleaned the area for several minutes with colloidal silver soap and water . Next, I applied triple antibiotic ( Neosporin ) and then covered it with gauze pad and waterproof tape and bandage roll. Developed infection and poison sumac at same time. Used Technu for poison sumac and then used colustrum powder to heal. Cleared up the rash in no time, however, I noticed 3 rashy patches on my face. When I lie down for several hours, it goes away! What is it? I am taking colustrum and probiotics internally. I do not wish to go on antibiotics.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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You might be having abscess in that tooth & it might be reason that your tooth is not getting properly numb.It will resolve within few hours.
Since you have just started with procedure so its better to start with medications & wait for 3-4 days.Still if pain persists then concern your dentist.

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Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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